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The 3D range data is available in the file c135.range .
This file consists of a list of 3 values Xr, Yr and Zr corresponding to the coordinates of the points on the rock (subscript r stands for "range").

The additional file c135.params provides the necessary parameters to compute the coordinates of the points in the camera reference frame (Xc,Yc,Zc) and then project those points on the image plane.

We scanned the new comet at 72 different views (5 degrees apert). I give here the first 19 scan data (from angle 000 to angle 090). The naming convention remains the same as before. Due to lack to disk space, I had to gzipped all the files. Here are the files:

A meeting of the Central Midlands Transit Board of Directors will be held on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 12:00 PM. The meeting will be held at the COMET headquarters facility located at 3613 Lucius Road, Columbia, SC. If you are unable to… [Read More]

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The 3D range data is available in the file c135.range .
This file consists of a list of 3 values Xr, Yr and Zr corresponding to the coordinates of the points on the rock (subscript r stands for "range").

The additional file c135.params provides the necessary parameters to compute the coordinates of the points in the camera reference frame (Xc,Yc,Zc) and then project those points on the image plane.

We scanned the new comet at 72 different views (5 degrees apert). I give here the first 19 scan data (from angle 000 to angle 090). The naming convention remains the same as before. Due to lack to disk space, I had to gzipped all the files. Here are the files:

A meeting of the Central Midlands Transit Board of Directors will be held on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 12:00 PM. The meeting will be held at the COMET headquarters facility located at 3613 Lucius Road, Columbia, SC. If you are unable to… [Read More]

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The 3D range data is available in the file c135.range .
This file consists of a list of 3 values Xr, Yr and Zr corresponding to the coordinates of the points on the rock (subscript r stands for "range").

The additional file c135.params provides the necessary parameters to compute the coordinates of the points in the camera reference frame (Xc,Yc,Zc) and then project those points on the image plane.

We scanned the new comet at 72 different views (5 degrees apert). I give here the first 19 scan data (from angle 000 to angle 090). The naming convention remains the same as before. Due to lack to disk space, I had to gzipped all the files. Here are the files:


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